Concorde Prototype Fleet

001     F-WTSS

Manufacturer’s No. – 001

Present location – Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace or The Museum of Air and Space, La Bourget, Paris, France. (Open to the Public)

Owned by The Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace

CONCORDE 001 F-WTSS on display at La Bourget, Paris

VISITING DETAILS -

Aeroport de Paris-La Bourget, BP 173 93352 La Bourget Cedex France. Tel information line 33 (0) 149927000 Museum 33 (0) 149927062. http://www.mae.org/index.php?id=8&L=0    Entry Costs 6€ to see Concorde

COMMENTS -

The first prototype and the very first Concorde to fly!

This Concorde is well looked after and in super condition, she is parked next to Concorde Sierra Delta F-BTSD. This means that you get to see two Concorde’s at once. A must for a visit and a super museum.

oo2     G-BSST

Manufacturer’s No. – 002

Present location – Yeovilton, UK (Open to the public)

Owned by The London Science Museum

CONCORDE G-BSST at her Present location in Yeovilton

VISITING  DETAILS –

 Fleet Air Arm Museum, RNAS Yeovilton, Ilchester, Somerset, BA22 8HT.

Tel – 01935 840565   www.fleetairarm.com  Cost –Adults £11.00, Children £8.00, OAP £9.00

COMMENTS -

The First British Concorde and the first British one to Fly!

Showing signs of age, large amounts of peeling paint on the underside of her airframe. This is a very interesting Concorde to visit, very different to the other airframes, both in size and looks. The Museum has a small, yet super Concorde display. The interior of the Airframe is open to the public during all museum opening times, viewing of the flight deck is through a glass door.

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